Decision-Making / Use of Force / Implicit Bias: What Every Officer Needs to Know!
Danny Rosa is a highly motivated Training Specialist with over 22 years of experience developing mandatory statewide law enforcement standards for a Midwest State. Danny previously spent over 15 years with the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department in California, where he was recognized as an expert in the use of force, street gangs, and narcotics. As a former Deputy, FTO, Gang Detective, Special Assignment Officer, Force Trainer and Sergeant, Danny handled numerous critical incidents, including officer-involved-shootings, and brings practical experience and credibility to this powerful and behavior-changing training.
Officers make routine and split-second decisions and the consequences can be life-altering. This is particularly true when the decision confronting the officer is whether to use force, especially deadly force.
This 8-hour session connects brain research directly to decision-making in law enforcement. This fast-paced and interactive training explores decisions and judgment in the context of authority, the “objectively reasonable” standard of force, implicit bias, officer safety, de-escalation, and other fundamental concepts critical to surviving and excelling in law enforcement. The training content is updated regularly.
- DATES: April 28, 2023
- TIME: 8:30 am - 4:30 pm
- COSTS: $185.00 per officer (Seating is limited)
- (This training is registered in the MITN System, but not eligible for 302 funding due to the instructor’s relationship with the state).
- LOCATION: Oakland Police Academy 2900 Featherstone, Auburn Hills, MI 48326 - Location on Campus: Police Academy
- REGISTRATION: Danny Rosa at email@example.com to reserve seats in this upcoming training session.